Day 16, and it’s time to stop!
Not really. Unless you’ve won, and your story is completed. In which case. You really do need a COMMA. A comma indicates a natural break between connected ideas. You need them in your story, you need them in your life.
Today we talk about the necessity of the comma; the natural break.
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